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    Tourism Accommodation Australia (Vic)

    A wonderful opportunity yesterday to have direct access to Victorian Treasurer, Tim Pallas a mere 10 days out from hashtag#VicVotes2018 and for hoteliers to hear his thoughts on Victoria's 'fiscal future,' should the Andrews Labor Government be returned on Election Day, November 24. Pictured L-R: Ben Sington, TAA (Vic) Chair and Managing Director at The Langham Melbourne, Victorian Treasurer, Tim Pallas and Dougal Hollis.

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    Tourism Accommodation Australia (Vic)

    Confirmation of a surge in the supply of student accommodation for Melbourne, with circa 15,691 student beds in the construction or planning phase. This represents a 74 per cent increase in current supply, bringing the student bed inventory in Melbourne to 37,000. This rapid development in Melbourne is supported by "one of the nation's highest levels of student enrolments and low barriers to entry, compared with Sydney." #investment #education

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    Tourism Accommodation Australia (Vic)

    Sage advice from senior Bank of Melbourne and VISA staff this morning regarding the future of payments. In an environment where contactless payments now account for ninety percent of all transactions, the bank is focused on ensuring business owners have more time to engage with their customers and enjoy more transparency and certainty surrounding their cash flow. Employee education is also critical as cyber crime, and the need for more sophisticated digital ecosystems to prevent it, are now more important than ever. #banking #fraudprevention

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    Tourism Accommodation Australia (Vic)

    A great session over lunch with members Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens Melbourne today hearing perspectives from industry leaders on Melbourne's hotel industry from an investor and developer perspective. Guests also heard an informative presentation regarding the changing B2B distribution landscape and opportunities for hotels to change the way they engage with tour operators, airlines, travel agents and employee loyalty programs. #investment #hotels Pictured: Dean Minett, Minett Consulting, Andrew Boocock, Hotelbeds Group and Peter Harper, JLL Hotels and Hospitality.

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    Tourism Accommodation Australia (Vic)

    Marriott show confidence in Melbourne's growing domestic and international visitor supply pipeline, having announced the construction of a new 150 room 'Courtyard by Marriott' hotel in West Melbourne. The property will be developed by Ousia Investments (China) and is scheduled to open in 2021. #hotels #tourism #investment